Middle East

UN condemns latest attack on Libya’s Tripoli, mulls ceasefire

Indiscriminate rocket fire in high-density neighbourhood could constitute war crime, UN says.

Africa

Libya: Tunisia 'disarms' French nationals trying to cross border

France supports the unrecognised government in Tripoli but also maintained ties with the other government led by Haftar.

Tunisia

Armed Europeans try to cross from Libya to Tunisia

Tunisia's defence minister says two separate incidents involved armed Europeans travelling from neighbouring Libya.

Armed Europeans try to cross from Libya to Tunisia

Middle East

Tunisia detains armed European diplomats en route from Libya

Tunisia's defence ministry detains 24 Europeans with diplomatic passports after forcing them to hand over weapons.

Libya

Shelling kills four in Tripoli as UN debates Libya ceasefire

Southern district of Abu Salim in the capital got shelled late on Tuesday, killing four and wounding at least 20.

Shelling kills four in Tripoli as UN debates Libya ceasefire

Libya

UN Libya envoy: Haftar offensive on Tripoli 'sounded like a coup'

UN's Ghassan Salame says he hopes both sides will realise that neither could achieve an outright military victory.

UN Libya envoy: Haftar offensive on Tripoli 'sounded like a coup'

Inside Story

Are foreign powers worsening the conflict in Libya?

Eight years after the fall of longtime leader Muammar Gaddafi, Libya is once again at risk of an all-out war.

Middle East

Libya: Thousands displaced as Tripoli fighting continues

Thousands of Libyans made homeless as fighting in several locations in and around Tripoli intensifies.

Libya

As Haftar meets Sisi, GNA forces shoot down LNA fighter jet

More than 120 people have been killed since renegade General Khalifa Haftar's forces launched a push to seize Tripoli.

As Haftar meets Sisi, GNA forces shoot down LNA fighter jet

Libya

'We are in a fire': Libya's detained refugees trapped by conflict

Detainees at detention centre on the outskirts of Tripoli live in fear amid intense clashes for control of the capital.

'We are in a fire': Libya's detained refugees trapped by conflict

Libya

Haftar's forces 'set to push into Tripoli'

Head of eastern parliament says LNA forces will press offensive on Libyan capital as Sisi meets with Haftar in Cairo.

Haftar's forces 'set to push into capital Tripoli'

Opinion

Will Haftar succeed in taking Tripoli?

There are three possible outcomes of the ongoing military conflict in western Libya.

Guma El-Gamaty

by Guma El-Gamaty

Guma El-Gamaty

Libya

Protests in Libya against Haftar's offensive

Khalifa Haftar is considered a hero by his supporters but a war criminal by others.

Libya

Saudis 'gave Libya's Haftar millions of dollars before offensive'

Wall Street Journal says Riyadh offered millions of dollars to Khalifa Haftar to help pay for his Tripoli campaign.

Saudis 'gave Libya's Haftar millions of dollars before offensive'

Middle East

Libya crisis: Fighting concerns Tripoli residents

As battles rage between forces loyal to Haftar and the UN-backed government, Al Jazeera talks to people in the Libyan capital